If Only
Sana Dati
Philippines, 2013, 100 minutes
A lifetime of choices in a single day.
If Only Synopsis

The film is a love story about a woman whose wedding is thrown into disarray when a mysterious person arrives and reminds her of the man she really loves. It is the third part of Tarog’s Camera Trilogy after CONFESSIONAL (Cinema One Originals 2007) and MANGATYANAN (Cinemalaya 2009).

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Reviewed by jeteli
The film brings together some of local Filipino cinema's brilliant actors like Avelino, Poe and Alves. Director Tarog makes abundant use of cinematic  appeal and worthwhile conversations  but with surprising... more
The film brings together some of local Filipino cinema's brilliant actors like Avelino, Poe and Alves. Director Tarog makes abundant use of cinematic  appeal and worthwhile conversations  but with surprising restraint in terms of acting performance.  The movie explores a unique scenario of a bride who gets all confused of her own emotions on the day of her wedding.  Unique plot,  rich visuals and with great editing,  this film is definitely a must-watch especially for indie film enthusiasts! 
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